Glenn Greenwald and Noam Chomsky: With Liberty and Justice for Some (2011)

Dandelion Salad
Oct. 29, 2011

No Justice Forever

Image by via Flickr

Former constitutional rights lawyer, Glenn Greenwald contends that the United States has a two-tiered judicial system, one for the “haves”and one for the “have-nots.” Mr. Greenwald presents his argument by tracing the evolution of judicial inequality, from President Richard Nixon’s pardon for the Watergate scandal to what the authors deems were economic and political crimes committed during the George W. Bush administration. The author posits that both political parties and the media are culpable for creating an unequal judicial system. Glenn Greenwald presents his thoughts in conversation with political theorist, Noam Chomsky at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

watch video via With Liberty and Justice for Some – C-SPAN Video Library


Noam Chomsky Glenn Greenwald with Liberty and Justice For Some

MensBusinessAsocEduc on May 17, 2013


Noam Chomsky: Crisis and Hope: Theirs and Ours + Q&A

Obama versus civil liberties

Chris Hedges on the reality and the seriousness of the NDAA

Thomas Drake: These are the hallmarks of tyranny and despotism (must-see)

Glenn Greenwald, Ron Paul, Jeremy Scahill and Dennis Kucinich on Obama authorizing the assassination of Anwar al-Awlaki

One thought on “Glenn Greenwald and Noam Chomsky: With Liberty and Justice for Some (2011)

  1. Pingback: The End of Freedom of the Press by Graham Peebles | Dandelion Salad

Comments are closed.